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Today’s contributor, Mary Henneberry, is a master’s student at Brandeis University studying Sustainable International Development. She is currently taking a course on human rights and water, and we are so happy to have her share her knowledge and passion for this issue on our blog!  I came across the poem How Many, How Much from Shel Silverstein’s book,…

Over the last few months our team at Healing Waters has been updating our look and we are so excited to finally unveil one of the finishing touches: our new logo!  The creation of this logo was inspired by water table elevation maps. These maps use a line and a small upside down triangle to indicate the location of…

Let’s say you show up in Sierra Leone and meet Joseph, a hard-working kid who just graduated high school with high marks. He desperately wants to go to college, but his options are limited. There are no academic scholarships, no student loans. Right now he’s working for $1.50/day, if lucky saving $1/week, so if he…